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Chris Campoli
Chris Campoli
((KRIHS kam-POH-lee))
Number: 14
Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 200
Shoots: Left
Born: 9 Jul 1984
Birthplace: Mississauga, ON, Canada
Acquired: From NY Islanders along with Mike Comrie for Dean McAmmond and a first-round draft pick (from San Jose) on Feb. 20, 2009
Drafted: NYI / 2004 NHL Entry Draft
Round: 7th (227th overall)
2009-10: Recorded 100th career point against New Jersey on Nov. 7 (3-2 loss) … Played his 300th career NHL game against New Jersey on Jan. 26 (3-0 win) … Suffered left knee injury on Feb. 11, missing eight games; returned March 16 vs Toronto (4-1 loss) … Had three multi-point games. 2008-09: Played his 200th career NHL game (with the N.Y. Islanders) at Philadelphia (12/9/08) … Established new career season highs in goals (11), game-winning goals (four) and penalty minutes (55) … Recorded two assists in his Senators debut at Montreal (2/21/09, 5-3 loss) … Tallied the game-winning goal in consecutive home games against Edmonton (3/5/09, 4-2 win) and Buffalo (3/7/09, 6-3 win) … Had three multi-point games … Missed seven games with the Islanders due to injury. 2007-08: Scored first career shorthanded goal against New Jersey (12/29/06) … Missed final 36 games of the season after having shoulder surgery (1/24/08). 2006-07: Played in 100th NHL game at Atlanta (2/1/07) … Missed first nine games of the season with a groin injury … Made NHL playoff debut in Eastern Conference quarter-final at Buffalo (4/12/07) … Played in all five games of the series … Scored his first NHL playoff goal in Round 1, Game 5 at Buffalo (4/20/07). 2005-06: Scored first NHL goal on first shot in debut at Buffalo (10/5/05) … Became the fourth Islander rookie since 1990 to score a goal in his first game … Recorded first assist against Pittsburgh (2/2/05) … Scored first game-winning goal of career versus Colorado (12/17/05) … Recorded 30th point of the season at N.Y. Rangers (4/11/06), becoming the fifth Islanders rookie defenceman to do so in franchise history … Led all Islanders rookies with 34 points … Sixth among NHL rookie defencemen in points scored … Led all Islanders rookies in games played with 80, goals with nine, assists with 25 and multipoint games with four. 2004-05: Played first professional season with Bridgeport (AHL) … Finished second in team scoring with 62 points and first among defencemen and rookies … Finished second on the team in assists with 34 … Led Bridgeport in games played with 79 … Tied for sixth among AHL rookies in plus-minus with a rating of +13 and in power-play goals with seven … Third among AHL defenceman in goals with 15 and fourth in points with 49 … Led rookie AHL defencemen in goals and points … Selected to the AHL’s all-rookie team. 2003-04: Team captain of OHL’s Erie Otters, named CHL humanitarian player of the year … Awarded Dan Snyder Memorial Trophy, given annually to the OHL’s humanitarian player of the year … Set junior career highs in goals with 20, assists with 46 and points with 66 … Finished second in team scoring and first among defencemen. 2002-03: Finished fourth in team scoring and first among defencemen. 2001- 02: Played in a junior career high 68 games … Set junior career highs in plus-minus with a rating of +15 and in penalty minutes with 117.